Fan’s protest on pitch to delay last ever game at The Camrose

Saturday 22nd May marked potentially the last ever game at The Camrose for Basingstoke Town FC – an emotional day for supporters. People who haven’t watched the team for a number of years turned up to witness the occasion and say goodbye to the place their team has played for over 70 years. It was Read more about Fan’s protest on pitch to delay last ever game at The Camrose[…]

“I am with the fans on this one – Basingstoke need to be playing in Basingstoke” Terry Brown, BTFC Backs KFIB

Taken from The Non-League paper:  TERRY BROWN says Basingstoke need to be playing in Basingstoke and is backing supporters, who staged a protest outside the council offices on Thursday. It was organised by Keep Football in Basingstoke (KFIB) founder and former club director Simon Hood in response to the news that a provisional ground-share arrangement has Read more about “I am with the fans on this one – Basingstoke need to be playing in Basingstoke” Terry Brown, BTFC Backs KFIB[…]

KFIB Recieves Royal Seal of Approval

Last week our campaign to ‘Keep Football in Basingstoke’ received a communication direct from Kensington Palace. The office of TRH The Duke an Duchess of Cambridge and HRH Prince Henry of Wales sent a letter to KFIB. The Royal Highnesses stated that they could not get personally involved, however wish the campaign the best of luck. Read more about KFIB Recieves Royal Seal of Approval[…]

Meeting with Basingstoke Town FC Ltd & BDBC – Friday

This Friday I will be attending a meeting with David Knight from Basingstoke Town FC Ltd and Simon Bound from Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council. I have pushed for this meeting as several dubious things have come up with the Basingstoke Town FC Ltd claiming the council have been involved, and yet BDBC have not Read more about Meeting with Basingstoke Town FC Ltd & BDBC – Friday[…]

Basingstoke Businesses Do Care!

On Thursday, KFIB were kindly invited to attend Basingstoke Business Expo. We would officially like to thank organiser Matthew Larcome for his support with the campaign to Keep Football in Basingstoke. It was a great opportunity to speak to local businesses and it became apaprent that they do care about the town having a football team. Many of the Read more about Basingstoke Businesses Do Care![…]